Definition of Plications

1. Noun. (plural of plication) ¹



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Definition of Plications

1. plication [n] - See also: plication

Lexicographical Neighbors of Plications

plicae iridis
plicae palmatae
plicae recti
plicae transversales recti
plicae tubariae tubae uterinae
plicae tunicae mucosae vesicae felleae
plical
plicamycin
plicas
plicate
plicated
plicately
plicates
plicating
plication
plications
plicature
plicatures
plicidentine
plicidentines
plicotomy
plie
plied
plier
pliers
plies
pliest
plieth
plight
plighted

Literary usage of Plications

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The School of Mines Quarterly by Columbia University School of Chemistry (1907)
"Plications few (2-5) on each side the mesial fold and sinus 22. 22. Plications broad, nearly equalling the mesial sinus in width 343. ..."

2. The School of Mines Quarterly by Columbia University School of Chemistry (1907)
"JJ Plications on fold and sinus extending only part way to the beak and hence differing from the ... Plications rounded fc Cardinal extremities rounded 4'. ..."

3. The Geological Observer by Henry Thomas De La Beche (1851)
"To produce a system of flexures and plications, such as that described by the Professors Rogers as occurring in North America, would not only seem to ..."

4. The Geological Observer by Henry Thomas De La Beche (1851)
"To produce a system of flexures and plications, such as that described by the Professors Rogers as occurring in North America, would not only seem to ..."

5. The American Geologist: A Monthly Journal of Geology and Allied Sciences by Newton Horace Winchell (1898)
"But the supposition of the symmetrical character of the young corallites is supported by later stages, in which again two adjacent plications appear. ..."

6. Principles and Acts of the Revolution in America: Or, An Attempt to Collect by Hezekiah Niles (1822)
"... with respectful address-», to thtt овсе attainment of these view* to be founded on the despised body, the congress, whoe- humble tap- plications, ..."

7. Report on the Geological Survey of the State of Iowa: Embracing the Results by James Hall, Josiah Dwight Whitney (1858)
"SURFACE of the shell marked by rounded or subangular plications, which are disposed in fasciculi : plications crossed by fine concentric stride. ..."

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